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That every action corresponds to a reaction should be a well-known principle. Every cause has its effects. Many call this the “Law of Karma”, but we prefer to name it in a way that would be more understandable in the Western language: “The Law of Cause and Effect“.
Everything we do will produce some effects: this is what is commonly known as the law of Karma. But is that so? Namely, is that all?
What I noticed, is that while speaking about this topic, people often forget that our actions (therefore, my actions, your actions and their actions) are in turn effects of something else.
If I insult someone and he gets offended, it’s obvious that I am the cause of his anger. But, what is the reason which drove me to insult him? Am I the cause of his anger, or is the cause of his anger…

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